Why getting the most out of your employees means coaching them

SOUTH AFRICA'S JORRIE MULLER AND DANIE COETZEE ARE SILHOUETTED IN BRISBANE DURING THE 2003 RUGBY WORLD CUP.  South Africa's Jorrie Muller (L) and Danie Coetzee are silhouetted against a Brisbane sunset after a training session, October 27, 2003. South Africa meet Samoa in their final 2003 Rugby World Cup Pool B match on Saturday. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE BLIFE REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

Managers need to begin to coach their employees if they want increased productivity. Image: REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

Grace McCarthy
Associate Dean, University of Wollongong
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